These interviews were conducted by Cate Fosl for her book, Subversive Southerner: Anne Braden and the Struggle for Racial Justice in the Cold War South (2002). Interviewees include Anne Braden, as well as her coworkers, mentees, and friends.
This collection includes typescripts of interviews with thousands of Oklahomans conducted during the 1930s. Topics covered include the settlement of Oklahoma and Indian territories, living conditions, and daily life.
Indians of North America; Pioneers; Social life and customs; Women
This collection includes more than 250 oral history interviews conducted between 1975 and 2004 with recent immigrants to Minnesota and their American-born children. The interviews are available as streaming audio files with full text searchable...
East Indian Americans; Hmong Americans; Immigrant women; Khmer Americans; Latinas; Somali Americans; Tibetan Americans;
This site features materials from two American Folklife Center collections. The Blue Ridge Parkway Folklife Project, an ethnographic field project conducted in 1978 by the American Folklife Center and the National Park Service, includes 229...
Quiltmakers; Quiltmaking; Quilts
United States -- North Carolina; United States -- Virginia
This collection of nearly 200 interviews provides first hand documentation regarding the role of women in the Pacific Northwest during the early and mid 1900s. The interviews were conducted by students in professor Sue Armitage's history classes...
Childhood; Farm life; Homemakers; Rural women; Women teachers
United States -- Idaho; United States -- Montana; United States -- Oregon; United States -- Washington (State)
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